General Data Protection Regulation: In force from May 2018


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I spy?

by Alastair Currie

Can you use personal material, seized by police, in an employee investigation?

Time to clean up your act?

by Simon Lindsay

The use of Chlorhexidine as a topical antiseptic pre-surgical skin preparation agent

Authority Update 20/5/16

by Claire Booth

Brief details of recent legal and policy developments relevant to those involved in local government work

Procurement Byte: Dynamic Purchasing Systems (DPS) 1 – Planning for a...

by Susie Smith

This is the first in a short series of Bevan Brittan procurement Bytes on Dynamic Purchasing Systems (DPS). A significant number...

Stoke-on-Trent: District Energy "Hotspot"

by Nathan Bradberry

I attended the launch of “Hotspot Stoke-on-Trent” on the 12th of May at Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s new Smithfield building...

Ombudsmen's powers under scrutiny in the Supreme Court - JR55

by Virginia Cooper

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the matter of an application by JR55 for Judicial Review (Northern Ireland) [2016]...

Steel yourself

by Emily Heard

Have the updated procurement rules to support Britain’s steel industry changed anything?

Landlord's liability for injury – when is a danger not a defect?

by Roger Carver

The case of Dodd v Raebarn and others gives interesting guidance as to when a landlord might be liable under the Defective...

Authority Update 6/5/16

by Claire Booth

Brief details of recent Government publications, legislation, cases and other developments relevant to those involved in local...

Information Law Services for the NHS

by Emma Godding

Since the introduction of the Freedom of Information Act, balancing the drive towards openness and transparency, with the need to...

General Data Protection Regulation: In force from May 2018

by Jonathan Moore

After four years of drafting and negotiation, the wording of the General Data Protection Regulation has now been finalised and the...

Making offers in dilapidations claims - the importance of being early

by Steven Eccles

On expiry of a commercial lease, a well-pitched Part 36 offer made at an early stage will give the tenant substantial costs...